DESCRIPTIONInformation and examples of Archival collections digitized by various Internet Archive scanning centers throughout the globe.
Archives can hold both published and unpublished materials, and those materials can be in any format. Some examples are manuscripts, letters, photographs, moving image and sound materials, artwork, books, diaries, artifacts, and the digital equivalents of all of these things. Materials in an archive are often unique, specialized, or rare objects, meaning very few of them exist in the world, or they are the only ones of their kind.
Internet Archive has been proudly digitizing various archival materials throughout the globe. From primary sources, 1st editions of various texts to manuscripts and the like, Internet Archive's digitization process ensures quality and expert care in handling.